Showing just how versatile Apple’s mobile OS has become in terms of the third-party offerings now available to its users, Jonathan Hosmer has today launched one for all you programmers who may be out there.
In short, Python 3.2 for iOS claims to be a fully-fledged Python 3.2.3 development environment. It features an interactive interpreter, separate tabs for writing and testing your script files and complete ‘Python’ documentation to get you started on your mobile coding journey.
Python is a general-purpose, interpreted high-level programming language whose design philosophy emphasizes code readability. Its syntax is said to be clear and expressive, while also featuring a comprehensive standard library.
Featuring the ability to import saved scripts and modules, and automatic indent and dedent in both the app’s interpreter and script editors, Python 3.2 for iOS has been fully optimized for both Portrait and Landscape orientation usages, and includes all the standard modules we would expect to see.
Those looking for a Python 2.7.3 interpreter will find that Hosmer also has Python 2.7 for iOS on the App Store, ready for you to download.
Python 3.2 for iOS will set you back an introductory $0.99.